Reviews of Michelangelo, Eastbourne
Review by Jim Taylor on 1st June, 2011
Add your review Date visited: 01/06/2011
We lunched at Michelangelo's today. I had the wonderful Andalucia's Kidney Still and my wife very much enjoyed her Peperoni Ripieno, an avocado salad with small delicious red peppers. We both had Veal Cordon Bleu for main course with a fine bottle of Sicilian Rose which was just right for such a hot sunny day. Excellent, cheerful service and all quite quick for food cooked to order. No room for a dessert but the coffee is excellent. Highly recommended, especially as I used my Tastecard plus a £5 voucher downloaded from their website against the cost of the bottle of wine which reduced its cost to £8.50!
Date visited: 01/06/2011
Review by steve on 22nd January, 2010
Add your review Date visited: 21.1.2010
We had lunch for the first time at this Italian restaurant yesterday and cannot praise it highly enough. The food was beautifully presented, fresh, tasty and incredibly good value. We had the set lunch and it surpassed our expectations. The service from our waitress was efficient, very friendly and attentive but not overly so. Can't wait to go again when next in Eastbourne.
Date visited: 21.1.2010
Review by Alex on 30th January, 2009
Add your review Date visited: frequently
Great food and very friendly. Michelangelo's has never let me down and I could eat the chefs food until I burst!
Date visited: frequently
Review by Anne on 25th July, 2008
Add your review Date visited: 2008
Michelangelo's is eastbourne's finest restauarnt - I have now eaten there several times and I cannot fault the food or service - everything is excellent! Great value for money too. Have a look at their new website www.michelangelo-restaurant.co.uk and you can see their menus and download a 10% off voucher too! fab restaurant - cant wait to go again!
Date visited: 2008
Review by paul rounds on 10th July, 2008
Add your review Date visited: 8th july
Its funny to see some of the comments by people who obviously have no taste whatsoever in good food I don't class myself as an expert but I work with a lot of famous chefs gordon ramsey , gary rhodes brian turner and I have eaten in them all as I work in the 5 star hotel industry worldwide I don't know the chef but would like to give him a bit of advice !!! Get out of eastbourne and find a town that deserves you as for the couple of sensible reviews I can't agree more with you as for the other why spoil it for others who may not have tried the best eastbourne has to offer long may it stay 5 star plus !!! Thanks
Date visited: 8th july
Review by suzanne travers on 3rd July, 2008
Add your review Date visited: thursday 3rd july 2008
I was over the moon to disover this fabulous restaurant. The diversity of the menu, quality and presentaion of thefood has surpassed that of any other restaurant I have been to in eastbourne.The outside terrace part of the restaurant actually made me believe I was dining out in the mediterranean.The service was very professional and attentive..
Date visited: thursday 3rd july 2008
Review by Nicky on 29th May, 2008
Add your review Date visited: May 2008
I think this is Eastbourne's little secret The food is fab I can't believe they can produce the food for the price Would definately recommend Can't wait to go back
Date visited: May 2008
Review by Jib on 19th April, 2008
Add your review Date visited: April 2008
I would agree with above comment with regard to the service, presentation of food and decoration was great but yet those standards did not match the taste nor the service .. not even close... shame cause it has potential for growth but with the hospitality that i experienced i certainly won't be going back again.
Date visited: April 2008
Review by JB on 17th February, 2008
Add your review Date visited: Feb 2008
Quite the worst restaurant i've been to for many a year. We can't believe that an Italian has had a hand in this abomination of a restaurant. 1970's Berni Inn standard food springs to mind. But it's worse, it is a zero service experience, which would have been quaintly funny, at another time. But not for the level of pretention that they seem to aspire to. The levels of incomptence in hospitality left us aghast. Avoid at all costs
Date visited: Feb 2008
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